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Donald Trump impeachment: Trial to begin on 8 Feb, says Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer
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Donald Trump impeachment: Trial to begin on 8 Feb, says Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer

The House last week paved the way for the Senate proceedings by charging Trump with inciting the violence in the US Capitol, which left five people dead

Donald Trump 'unequivocally' condemns US Capitol violence in subdued message hours after impeachment
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Donald Trump 'unequivocally' condemns US Capitol violence in subdued message hours after impeachment

Trump kept out of sight in White House as impeachment proceedings played out at the US Capitol. There, the damage from last week’s riots provided a reminder of the insurrection that Trump was accused of inciting

Donald Trump's historic second impeachment is a clarion call for 'moral clarity'
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Donald Trump's historic second impeachment is a clarion call for 'moral clarity'

Pursuit of moral clarity always leads to flurries of whataboutism and bothsidesism. But we can accept that the world is nuanced and inconsistent without giving up a moral compass

Congressman Jamie Raskin, who lost his son to suicide 2 weeks ago, leads effort to impeach Donald Trump
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Congressman Jamie Raskin, who lost his son to suicide 2 weeks ago, leads effort to impeach Donald Trump

Speaker Nancy Pelosi named the Maryland Democrat lead manager of the House team that will present testimony during Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate

Donald Trump pardons former NSA Michael Flynn who had pleaded guilty in Russain probe
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Donald Trump pardons former NSA Michael Flynn who had pleaded guilty in Russain probe

The pardon is part of a broader effort by Trump to undo the results of a Russia investigation that shadowed his administration and yielded criminal charges against a half-dozen associates

China, US should work together to implement trade deal, says Beijing after Donald Trump threatens to terminate agreement signed in January
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China, US should work together to implement trade deal, says Beijing after Donald Trump threatens to terminate agreement signed in January

Beijing on Tuesday said that China and the United States should work together to implement their Phase One trade deal, following the principle of equality and mutual respect, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said on Tuesday.

After surviving impeachment trial, Donald Trump returns to making inaccurate claims on Ukraine, New Mexico
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After surviving impeachment trial, Donald Trump returns to making inaccurate claims on Ukraine, New Mexico

President Donald Trump celebrated his acquittal by the Senate in meandering remarks made on Thursday, when he recited a familiar litany of falsehoods and misleading assertions about the impeachment trial against him, his political enemies and his own record

The Donald Trump impeachment vote is over: Now, the road to November's election can begin in full earnest
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The Donald Trump impeachment vote is over: Now, the road to November's election can begin in full earnest

President Donald Trump’s acquittal after a fiery three-week Senate impeachment trial provided him a moment of triumph, a sense of validation, a shot of momentum — anything but the finality that he might want

Mitt Romney becomes lone Republican Senator to vote to impeach Donald Trump, defies party he'd personified
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Mitt Romney becomes lone Republican Senator to vote to impeach Donald Trump, defies party he'd personified

Senator Mitt Romney of Utah never became president, but he earned a new distinction Wednesday: He will be remembered as the first senator in American history to vote to remove a president of his own party from office

Five key takeaways from Donald Trump's impeachment trial; president likely to be acquitted after Wednesday's vote
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Five key takeaways from Donald Trump's impeachment trial; president likely to be acquitted after Wednesday's vote

House impeachment managers and President Donald Trump’s defence team delivered their closing arguments Monday with an eye toward history, but with little hope of changing any senator’s mind

US Senate rejects witnesses in Donald Trump impeachment trial, clears way for acquittal that is now likely on 5 February
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US Senate rejects witnesses in Donald Trump impeachment trial, clears way for acquittal that is now likely on 5 February

The Senate narrowly rejected Democratic demands to summon witnesses for Donald Trump’s impeachment trial late Friday, all but ensuring Trump's acquittal in just the third trial to threaten a president's removal in US history

Donald Trump lawyer's impeachment argument stokes fears of 'normalisation of lawlessness' by a president
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Donald Trump lawyer's impeachment argument stokes fears of 'normalisation of lawlessness' by a president

When a lawyer for President Donald Trump suggested to senators this week that whatever a president does in pursuit of reelection is inherently in the public’s interest, the moment crystallised fears among some of Trump’s critics about creeping presidential autocracy

Donald Trump impeachment trial: Republicans move to block witnesses, driving case towards acquittal
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Donald Trump impeachment trial: Republicans move to block witnesses, driving case towards acquittal

The White House and Senate Republicans worked aggressively on Wednesday to discount damaging revelations from John R Bolton and line up the votes to block new witnesses from testifying in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, in a push to bring the proceeding to a swift close

Donald Trump impeachment trial enters volatile new phase as senators get to ask their own questions
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Donald Trump impeachment trial enters volatile new phase as senators get to ask their own questions

After six days of carefully-choreographed oral arguments, President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial is about to enter a volatile new phase as senators are allowed to ask whatever they want of House prosecutors and White House lawyers

Donald Trump's 'Middle East Plan': A deal that has two elections, rather than West Asian peace, as its focus
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Donald Trump's 'Middle East Plan': A deal that has two elections, rather than West Asian peace, as its focus

For President Donald Trump, it is a plan that builds on his decision to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem — a huge political success among his conservative Jewish donors and evangelicals that, contrary to predictions, did not touch off a violent reaction in the region

US Senate to serve as both judge and jury in Donald Trump impeachment trial; hearing won't resemble anything seen on Court TV
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US Senate to serve as both judge and jury in Donald Trump impeachment trial; hearing won't resemble anything seen on Court TV

The Senate's impeachment proceedings against US President Donald Trump won't resemble anything Americans have seen on Court TV

Trump assembles made-for-TV legal team for Senate trial, includes household names like Ken Starr, ex-Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz
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Trump assembles made-for-TV legal team for Senate trial, includes household names like Ken Starr, ex-Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz

President Donald Trump has assembled a made-for-TV legal team for his Senate trial that includes household names like Ken Starr, the prosecutor whose investigation two decades ago resulted in the impeachment of Bill Clinton

Donald Trump's impeachment trial opens as new Ukraine revelations emerge; US senators vow 'impartial justice'
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Donald Trump's impeachment trial opens as new Ukraine revelations emerge; US senators vow 'impartial justice'

The US Senate opened the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump with a quiet ceremony Thursday, senators standing at their desks to swear an oath of 'impartial justice' as jurors, House prosecutors formally reciting the charges and Chief Justice John Roberts presiding

US watchdog says White House violated law in freezing Ukraine aid, faithful execution doesn't permit president to substitute own policy priorities
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US watchdog says White House violated law in freezing Ukraine aid, faithful execution doesn't permit president to substitute own policy priorities

The White House violated federal law in withholding Ukraine aid, an action at the centre of US president Donald Trump's impeachment, a federal watchdog agency said Thursday

Concerns linger after US signs initial trade deal with China; analysts question Beijing’s ability to divert imports from other partners to Washington
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Concerns linger after US signs initial trade deal with China; analysts question Beijing’s ability to divert imports from other partners to Washington

China will boost purchases of US goods and services by $200 billion over two years in exchange for the rolling back of some tariffs under an initial trade deal signed by the world’s two largest economies, defusing an 18-month row that has hit global growth